This workshop uses self-assessment tools, group activities, and varied strategies for synthesis to help participants come away with a new sense of their uniqueness and value as a human being.
All attendees receive copies of LifeKeys and the LifeKeys Discovery Workbook, morning and afternoon breaks, and lunch. You will also:
If you’re wondering how to add meaning and purpose to life, looking for the right volunteer opportunities, rethinking your career, or simply ready for deeper self-discovery, LifeKeys is for you.
The LifeKeys process can also be adapted for teams to develop an awareness of the contributions of each member as well as their common mission.
Contact me for upcoming events or for information on hosting a LifeKeys Discovery Workshop.
Costs are set by the hosting organization. Contact me for information on how different hosts have arranged the details.
Dr Jane Kise or Rev. David Stark teach LifeKeys workshops for different churches and other organizations across the United States and Canada. We can also put you in touch with Certified LifeKeys Trainers in many areas of the world, including Finland, New Zealand, and Korea.
The LifeKeys Train-the-Trainer Workshop provides those who wish to guide others through the LifeKeys discovery process with essential background information, training techniques, resources and interpretation tools.
Participants receive copies of LifeKeys: Discover Who You Are, the LifeKeys Discovery Workbook, and the LifeKeys Leadership Resource. Workshop objectives include:
Ministers and rabbis, volunteer coordinators and small group facilitators attend our sessions to learn how to lead LifeKeys workshops and book studies. Organizational consultants or to those who facilitate job transition support groups also attend, finding that LifeKeys adds new insights for career counseling and organizational development techniques.
Please contact me for upcoming events or for information on hosting a LifeKeys Train-the-Trainer workshop.
Dr. Jane Kise and David Stark teach all sessions.
An opportunity to learn about the various ways people with diverse personality types approach the spiritual side of life. You will:
Perhaps you’ve wondered why others struggle with spirituality or perhaps you’re one of the strugglers! If so, this workshop is for you.
I am happy to tailor this session for general and women’s retreats as well. This is also a great chance for interfaith dialogue. I often teach this course in diverse religious and secular settings, where people from Christian, Jewish, BaHa’i, Native American, Unitarian and agnostic or atheist backgrounds have gathered to successfully learn, share and grow.
Please contact me, since cost and registration are often contingent upon number of participants and when a group would like to meet.